It is a chilly start, but temperatures grow milder as the week progresses despite fairly unsettled conditions in the outlook.
The week begins with sub-zero temperatures across central to southern areas of the UK. Dropping to lows of -2°C in Cardiff and Birmingham early Tuesday morning. Ireland sees milder temperatures reaching double-digits.
Along with the wintry temperatures, a risk for sleet and snow over higher ground is also present overnight into Tuesday morning across Scotland, with a chance to form around the Lake District too.
More widespread snow, again over higher ground, is likely to develop from Thursday night into Friday due to the arrival of polar maritime air. This is expected to produce snow in areas above 300 metres in altitude.
In lower-altitude areas, multiple bands of rain are set to pass over throughout the week bringing plenty of rainfall as the UK closes in on the rainiest February on record.
Between this rainfall, dry, sometimes sunny, spells are expected with temperatures reaching double-digits by the end of the week.
Low-pressure systems remain in place from Wednesday, settling in place for the weekend.
Aside from the chance of rain and snow, it will also be blustery for many with unsettled conditions reigning over the UK and Ireland.
Winds are not currently likely to become gale-force, but gusts could reach up to 40 mph by Thursday with low-pressure arriving ahead of the weekend.
Looking ahead to next week, a low-pressure system remains in place into Monday before being eased away by high-pressure arriving from Europe with temperatures returning to the seasonal average.
With frequent rainfall expected, and some chance of snowy spells, be sure to keep an eye on the WeatherRadar.